Marketplace Sponsorships

At Dell, we believe in creating mutually beneficial partnerships with national civic organizations, professional-development organizations and multicultural business and community groups to support our customers' needs and to remain competitive in the marketplace.

Dell diversity partnerships and community initiatives reach out to multicultural customer groups and benefit diverse communities to promote access to technology, talent, business and education in our communities.

Partnerships with Multicultural Groups

 Our multicultural partnerships include the following groups:

  • Asia Society
  • Catalyst
  • Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute
  • Congressional Black Caucus Foundation
  • Human Rights Campaign
  • Out and Equal Workplace Advocates
  • National Urban League

As we continue to evolve our marketplace activities, we will focus on more alignment with our business units.

Profile: Dell Partners with CHCI to Develop the Next Generation of Latino Leaders

The Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI) and Dell have enjoyed an established partnership of offering Laptops for Scholars program participants access to and the benefits of top-of-the-line laptops. Access to such valuable technology helps program participants in researching placements, updating resumes, writing policy briefs, and producing their professional portfolios and other deliverables as part of the program’s leadership curriculum. Selected scholars are regarded as being among the nation’s next generation of Hispanic business and political leaders.

A recipient wrote, “I do not have enough words to express how grateful I am for the Dell laptop that you generously awarded me. My family had no means of affording a new laptop after my old one was damaged by water. After searching unsuccessfully for computer scholarships, I was forced to spend too much time waiting in the computer lab throughout my first semester of college. Thanks to your generosity, I will now be able to use that time more effectively for my studies.”
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